Skip to main content

About your Search

20110211
20110211
SHOW
( more )
STATION
MSNBC 23
FOXNEWS 19
CNN 16
WJLA (ABC) 11
WUSA (CBS) 11
KGO (ABC) 10
WRC (NBC) 10
KPIX (CBS) 9
WBAL (NBC) 9
WTTG (FOX) 9
CSPAN2 8
KQED (PBS) 8
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 8
WHUT (Howard University Television) 8
WJZ (CBS) 8
WMAR (ABC) 8
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 220
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 230 (some duplicates have been removed)
FOX News
Feb 11, 2011 3:00am EST
said that's not good enough. president obama is saying pretty much the same thing issuing a paper statement questioning the move, saying mubarak simply created doubts in the minds of the egyptian people and had not seized the opportunity to put forward a path to democracy. we are getting word in the last 20 minutes or so, egypt's military commanders have been meeting this morning. and they are about to issue some sort of statement to the people of egypt in respops to the latest developments. >> there are many who feel the military will be key in all of this. only military leaders could force mubarak from power for once and for all. on the phone with us is judith. >> hi, how are you? >> doing well. you are in israel, and what can you tell us about the mood there since this all unfolded? >> since it began it has been extremely tense. this israel depended on this peace even though it is a cold peace. when these mass protests started the israeli government began to hold intense, secret meetings to determine what to do about this crisis. the first thing they decided to do was to say no
PBS
Feb 10, 2011 6:00pm PST
must go without delay. president move -- president obama says this is not meaningful. >> welcome to bbc news. president mubarak of egypt has defied expectations by insisting he will not step down now, despite mass demonstrations against his rule. tens of thousands of protesters have gathered in tahrir square. it soon became clear that after 17 days of demonstrations, he was determined to stay on. the protestors expectation turned to gary. mr. mubarak said he would pass some power to his vice president, omar suleiman. >> the crowd in tahrir square grew steadily. by the time the president spoke, there were hundreds of thousands, waiting and hoping that mubarak was about to leave office. but it was not going to be that simple. >> i speak to you from the heart, as a father to my children. all those who spill the blood of protestors will be punished. >> he promised some powers would be transferred to the vice president, bush reiterated he would stay on until elections in september. >> from the morning, it was clear protests were spreading beyond the square. doctors and medical staff him out
WETA
Feb 11, 2011 6:00pm EST
to be proud. this is an event being watched across the entire world. a short time ago president obama said egypt would never be the same. >> president obama has not always kept pace with a fast- moving crisis, but has thrown his moral authority behind the demonstrators. >> the people of egypt has spoken. egypt will never be the same. by stepping down president mubarak responded to the egyptian people's hunter for change. they have made it clear nothing less than genuine democracy will carry the dead. >> what a difference a few -- carried the day. >> americans and british were worried things would turn ugly. david cameron made a clear the army must hold onto power. >> those who run egypt have a duty to reflect the wishes of the egyptian people. there must be a move to democratic rule. >> people celebrated on the streets. there were far worse in his gaza. many are hoping for an egyptian government less friendly towards israel. >> [unintelligible] >> no celebration-televisa. many are concerned egypt is changing. >> it is not good for israel because it will create a state of uncertainty in the
FOX News
Feb 11, 2011 12:00am EST
are confused about this, we are going to run danger of president obama following president carter, where carter lost iran. i could imagine obama losing egypt. >> sean: i think the ship has sailed. there seems to be no organized leader in terms of those that want true freedom, liberty and . the muslim brotherhood is organized and better financed and probably better armed. it seems likelihood, depending on what the military does that is going to be likely. you are at cpac today. you offer suggestions of how barack obama would be deserving to speak at cpac. all domestic. foreign policy is front and center in the country. how big an issue do you think foreign policy becomes in the 2012 election as you travel? >> well, i don't know yet. i think that if you go back and look at the period before the shah collapsed, carter looked fine. the period after there was a hostage crisis, after the to have questions invaded afghanistan, after communists were active, carter looked weak in foreign policy. it became a huge issue by 1980. right now, i think obamacare is a polarizing thing people want to appeal. the
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 3:00am EST
, expected mubarak to step down tonight. that was obviously incorrect intelligence. >> for barack obama, tomorrow he will face a different kind of crisis, much more volatile. >> that is really vintage mubarak. >> i mean, he's been our puppet dictator. we built his army. >> so his interests have been our interests. >> what worries me a great deal, the army might intervene. >> going to be a tense night out here. >> good evening. in cairo, thousands of angry protesters have entered day 18 of an uprising, calling for president hosni mubarak to leave. when day breaks there, many fear it will be the most dangerous day of the crisis. all day today, the world anticipated mubarak would announce that he would step down. instead, he stepped up to a podium in his palace and said this -- >> while i'm fully aware of the crossroad we are at and based on my firm conviction that egypt is going through a defining moment in its history, i have seen that it is required to delegate the powers of -- and authority of the president to the vice president as per the constitution. >> handing over authority to vic
Univision
Feb 11, 2011 6:30pm EST
hija de 10 años de edad >>> y la primera dama obama, dice si su esposo sacrificó la reforma migratoria por impulsar la reforma de salud ununivisión, con jorge ramos, yv jóvenes, reclamando libertad y democracia hay júbilo en las calles de egipto muy buenas noches, desde washington son maría elena salinas, el mundo fue testigo de un hecho histórico el presidente de egipto renunció, cediendo ante la revolución pacífica de su pueblo los egipcios están en celebración y júbilounivisionots a la democracia, tenemos un reporte ♪ . >>> gracias, sin lugar a dudas han sido 18 días que cambiaron v egipto y sacudieron los cimientos el ahora presiisioe, no ticier i contener el descontenopopulaero una fiesta interminable >>> de un momento a otro, la ira se convirtió en felicidad, miles de personas agolpadas, escucharon por fin lo que esperaban con tanta ansiedad. el hombre fuerte de egipto, dejaba el poder >>> estamos muy orgullosos de haber conseguido lo que queríamos >>> estoy feliz y muy agradecida >>> hacía menos de 24 horas, que él mismo había declarado que se qued
FOX News
Feb 11, 2011 1:00pm EST
minutes now until we hear from president obama on the biggest news out of the middle east since victory in iraq. egyptain president hosni mubarak has stepped down after nearly 30 years as president of egypt. welcome to a busy and breaking news edition of "america live." i'm megyn kelly. this is what it looked like when a anti-mubarak protesters got the word that he was stepping down. watch this. megyn: hundreds of thousands who have been in the streets for 18 days began crying, cheering, hugging, chanting that they've brought down the regime. and this is what it looks like now. look at them. look at them hours later with the same enthusiasm. the move leaving serious questions about what the future holds for what has been our most trusted arab ally. screen right, the white house. president obama expected to speak again within 30 minutes. while we wait for that, a review of the events of the past 24 hours. at exactly this time yesterday, sources were telling fox news that president mubarak was relinquishing power. we awaited his statement together. then in a stunning move, the interior mi
FOX News
Feb 11, 2011 6:00pm EST
different egypt. thank you. >>> clearly relieved president obama reacted to the news this afternoon. white house correspondent mike emanuel tells us what he said. >> reporter: after a roller coaster ride of events in the middle east, left a long-time dictator and ally of the united states topple from power, president obama praised the egyptian people for the way they change the course of their country. >> it was the moral force of non-violence, not terrorism, not mindless killing. but non-violence. moral force. that bent the arc of history toward justice once more. >> reporter: he expressed the significance of a shared experience. >> there are very few moments in our lives where we have the privilege to witness history taking place. >> reporter: yesterday, the president made the same observation and definitely got ahead of the event in egypt. >> what is absolutely clear we are witnessing history unfold. >> reporter: in the morning, c.i.a. director leon panetta said there is a strong likelihood that mubarak would step down that evening and in an hour, walk back the statement. spokesperson f
Univision
Feb 10, 2011 6:30pm PST
contrademanda. >> nos sentamos cara a cara esta tarde con la primera dama michel obama al cumplirse el primer aniversario de su campaña nacional en contra de la obesidad infantil. >> (♪). >> este es su noticiero univisión con jorge ramos y desde la capital de la nación, maría elena salinas. >> muy de cerca reaccionan a la negativa del dictador hosni mubarak de renunciar donde hablamos con la primera dama michel obama sobre la obesidad y lo que considera un asunto de seguridad nacional tendremos esto en solo minutos pero antes vamos a nuestros estudios con jorge ramos y una entrevista exclusiva adelante. >> gracias comenzamos el noticiero con una entrevista en exclusiva con el gobernador del estado de méxico enrique peña nieto. >> lo inusual de esta entrevista que nos dio un documento médico con el que trata aclarar las verdaderas causas de la muerte de su primera esposa en enero de 2007 pero antes le pregunté a peña nieto sobre sus aspiraciones presidenciales. >> otros posibles candidatos nos han dicho abiertamente que quieren ser presidente de méxico quiere ser presidente de méx
CBS
Feb 11, 2011 4:00am EST
obama issued a critical and blunt statement following mubarak's latest defiant stand. now, clearly impatient, mr. obama said the universal rights of the egyptian people must be respected. quote, the egyptian people have been told that there was a transition of authority. the president said, but it is not clear yet that this transition is immediate, meaningful, or sufficient. ines ferre is in washington with more on this. good morning, ines. >> reporter: good morning, betty. and president obama held a late-night meeting at the white house with his national security team. they're scrambling right now, after being caught off guard by the latest turn of events. the white house was as surprised as anyone president mubarak did not step down. in a statement last night, president obama criticized the egyptian leader for not offering his people the reforms they demand. it is the responsibility of the government to speak clearly to the egyptian people and the word, it read. the egyptian government must put forward a credible, concrete and unequivocal path toward genuine democracy, and they h
NBC
Feb 11, 2011 12:00pm EST
. the obama admintration ss e decision to step down is a positive first step. >> the egyptian government and military now seem to be an agreement that president mubarak's adopt a more symbolic role. the president emphasized that his new position and he left hero and whzero showing that is no longer in the capital directing the day-to-day affairs of the country or managing the crisis. yesterday, he handed over his authority to the vice president. today, the army said it was excepting that transfer of power and said it would act to guarantee that the aspiration of the egyptian people are met. free and fair elections will be held and there will be no retribution against the demonstrators. the army is putting its credibility on the line but so far, the demonstrators are not accepting it. they don't trust the process even now that the army says it will guarantee a car they want mubarak to leave egypt and fear that ehe could even come back and change the system again. >> their reaction to the resignation is coming in quickly. this is what a few of our facebook friends had to separate"wow, i ho
FOX News
Feb 10, 2011 11:00pm EST
.s. supports mubarak regime so long, yet has been calling for his removeal. president obama today saying that you noi, transition has to happen now but the fact there is no meaningful transition no evidence of that, is going against the grain of what appears to be a change in policy, that is really, really set mubarak now against the foreign community that egypt is going to need if it's going to get foreign investment to create jobs that will april ease the people behind me. and immediately is what happens today, day 18 of the protest after a clash yesterday and denials from president hosni mubarak will he turn against the people? could it get bloody? that is a concern today. >> greta: how powerful is the muslim brotherhood in egypt? how influential? >> it reaches out to communities by providing health care, by providing social support to some extent education and funding for schools. it's very easy to win over people like that in a nation where there is immense poverty. it's buying public support. but it's giving them something the government hasn't been giving them, and should have don
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 9:00am EST
night, president obama sent the clearest signal yet that he is siding with the protesters. in a statement, he said, "the egyptian people have been told that there was a transition of authority, but it is not yet clear that this transition is immediate, meaningful, or sufficient. the egyptian government must put forward a credible, concrete, and unequivocal path toward genuine democracy and they have not yet seized that opportunity." >> and one other piece of breaking news. mohamed el on the streets, the only way out is for the regime to go. people power can't be crushed. we shall prevail. still hope army can join." >> and we join richard engel now. is elbaradei right? the entire nation of cairo out on the streets? >> reporter: there are many people out on the streets, but what's different today, it's not just cairo. there have been other movements since these protests began, but when we're seeing now are huge protests in cairo, but also suez, alexandria, protests all over the country and they seem united in their call for president mubarak to not just transfer power, not j
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 6:00pm EST
they have been waiting for. >> the crowd in tahrir square cheering. today, barack obama praised a successful peaceful revolution. >> there are very few moments in our lives where we have the privilege to witness history taking place. and this is one of those moments. this is one of those times. the people of egypt have spoken, their voices have been heard and egypt will never be the same. by stepping down, president mubarak responded to the egyptian people's hunger for change. >> he is exactly right. now the celebration has not died down yet. people are still in the square, celebrating right now. even though it's 1:00 in the morning in cairo. now tonight, we're going to try to explain exactly why this revolution happened, how it happened and what will rise up now that the old regime has gone down. joining me now from cairo is msnbc's chief foreign correspondent, richard engel. i want to talk to you about the people in the streets. i have seen you throughout the day. i want to know who they are. is it mainly the youth, a cross section, middle class, laborers? who are they? >> right now, it is
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 5:30am EST
this is home to obama, oprah, michael jordan, as you know, the birthplace of one william russell geist. my home can be visited for only 25 bucks per visitor. the biggest name in town now, rahm emanuel, still on the ballot, opening up a big lead in the race to become the next city's mayor a wgn poll out shows emanuel just one percentage away in this pool from the 50 percentage points he would need to avoid a runoff on february 22nd. we'll get into that mayor's race later on. right now it's 4:30 a.m. in chicago. let's wake up together slowly. some help from the bar. shoot me an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com or do what jake does, text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. more from chicago later in the show, first major overnight developments in egypt. thousands of anti-government protesters are packed into cairo's main square while others have gathered outside the city's presidential palace. the demonstrations come a day after a defiant president mubarak refused to step down despite widespread speculation yesterday that he would. to
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 3:00pm EST
things. >> mike viqueira, at the white house. we are awaiting for president obama to speak to us. mike, stand by. want to go to chapman bell on the ground for us in cairo. it's after 10:00 at night there. the streets there, in tahrir square, are completely jam packed with people there. celebrating this news. when you have the chance to talk to them what do they talk about as the hope, the future, that they now have for themselves and their families? >> well, thomas, first and foremost, they are so elated tonight. they're so happy that they talk about freedom. they talk about democracy. they talk about the unity that they created here in egypt to accomplish their goal of ousting president hosni mubarak. they claim that the people were able to do this. however, there have been a few people, a gentleman i spoke to earlier who i had spoken to last night as well, told me he was happy but another par of him full of fear. the other half, because they don't know what's next. there's a lot to come. but i think at the moment they are focusing on the now. they have accomplished one other individu
Univision
Feb 11, 2011 5:30am EST
.ultioraultima ho. >> mÁs temprano, durante ma hor evento en michigan, el presidente obama fue breve y discreto ante la expectativa de un retiro que no se dio.h@tima l los jÓvenes egipcios han hablado, haremos todo lo que se pueda para garantizar una transiciÓn genuina a la democracia, recalcaba el mandatario. y es que egipto sigue siendo un tema sensitivo para la casa blanca. >> si, pensamos que en mubarak es un problema ahora, se imaginan cÓmo van a ser los graves problemas con la hermandad musulmana. >> pero con mubarak aÚn en el poder el papel futuro de su ejÉrcito, muy unido al respeto popular ante una situaciÓn extrema, sigue siendo una duda. >> el ejÉrcito como un proceso de estabilizaciÓn, pero no represiva necesariamente. horaÁ quisieran escuchar, pero esos soldados vienen del pueblo.ultia >> un ejÉrcito formado por el influjo de constante tecnologÍa estadounidense. una posible represiÓn tendrÍa imÁgenes negativas sobre estados unidos. >> no obstante el presidente obama regresÓ sobre el tema esta noche y en una declaraciÓn escrita dijo que el gobierno de egipto no ha aprovec
CBS
Feb 11, 2011 4:30am EST
or not davis has diplomatic immunity which the u.s. claim he does. >>> president obama and several other world leaders are now questioning decisions by egyptian president hosni mubarak to remain in power. >> in the speech delivered yesterday on al-jazeera, he says he had no intentions of stepping down until september. ines ferre is there. >> reporter: promising the biggest demonstration yet. their anger and frustration only intensified thursday following the latest refusal to step down by president hosni mubarak. >> i have seen that it's required to delegate the powers and authorities of the president to the vice president. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands had poured into the streets hoping to witness history. but instead, mubarak pledged to transfer some power to his vice president and remain in office until september. after the initial shock, came outrage. protestors waved their shoed in the air, chanting in arabic leave, leave, the vice president told them to go home later. after the speech, president obama openly questioned the shift of power in a written statement and also urged officia
CSPAN
Feb 11, 2011 6:00am EST
for 2012 is best, making barack obama a one-term president. [applause] >> stand up. stand up. stand up. i think you are up for it. i am, too. this is it. this is the real world. this is when you count. that's why it's important. that's what all of our chips are on 2012. this is it. you are up for. i'm in. year in. so why is it so important? why are we on our feet? why are we up for 2012? it's important for this reason. because your future is personally tied into the result of the next election. it's that important i want to give you just a few facts. when the liberals took over the house of representatives, the national debt was $8 trillion. atlas at january 2007. $8 trillion. even for liberals that's a lot of money. that's how much it was, but during the next four years that the liberals held sway here in our nation's capital and nations credit card, get this, the liberals drove the debt up another $6 trillion, to now 14 trillion. and we are being asked once again to raise the debt ceiling. have you heard about that? raise the debt ceiling. think about this. think about the context. it t
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 11:00am EST
'm very proud of the way this administration and the united states has played this. president obama has been carefully calibrated in having both continuity and change. hosni mubarak was an ally of the united states for a long time and a faithful one. >> hold on one second. we want to get to the square because we have got ron allen, who's in the middle of this huge elation and ron, i can't imagine what you're hearing and seeing there. >> reporter: well, it is just an incredible scene. people cannot contain themselves. this is what freedom looks like, what it sounds like. people are overjoyed. there are flags flying, people dancing. and down this road, there are people pouring into tahrir square at liberation square. this is the moment so many people in this country have dreamed of, have waited for. have been so long denied and there's just an incredible sense of relief, accomplishment, vi victory, jubilation here. it's hard to put into words. just an amazing thing. there are families here. there's a little girl who lost her parents, soldiers waving a flag and that is what people want. th
FOX News
Feb 10, 2011 10:00pm EST
governor brewer fired off a legal missile at the white house, smacking the obama administration with a big fat lawsuit. governor brewer is here. >> president mubarak talks to his nation that backfired big time. it has enraged protesters. he insists he won't step down. ambassador bolton is here. >> you will see it yourself, a live report from cairo egypt. [] this...is the network. a living, breathing intelligence that is helping business rethink how to do business. ♪ in here, inventory can be taught to learn... so products get routed to where they're needed mo. ♪ in here, machines have a voice... so they can tell headquarters when they need refilling. ♪ in here, money works smarter... so financial institutions can turn dreams into realities. in here, medical history is brought to life... so doctors can see a patient's medical records -- even if they're away from home. it's more than advanced technology. it's the at&t network -- a network of possibilities, creating and integrating solutions, helping business, and the world...work. rethink possible. >> greta: mr. secretary, explain this
FOX News
Feb 11, 2011 4:00pm EST
election they ever see. we heard from robert gibbs that president obama has not called any middle east leader today including israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu. what do you make of that? >>guest: that the president clearly does not fad how delicate this situation is across the middle east and, also, how he is absolutely oblivious to the fact that the actions of the past two weeks have given israel a sense they are completely on their own. they feel abandoned. all the way to the left wing press in israel for longer saying that the united states is an yourly -- ally we can count on, they say the united states is a fair weather friend. >> are you saying president obama should have come out and said, hosni mubarak, we did not like you but you better stay, it is in our interests you stay. >>guest: no, no, he did not have to encourage mubarak to stay but what he did not need do was emasculate mubarak which you cannot do. he could have helped hip -- him save face and say it does not look like you will be able to stay. we will try to help you as we can but we cannot help you stay when
FOX
Feb 11, 2011 6:00am PST
mubarak's latest refusal to resign. president obama is taking his toughest stance yesterday. alison burns reports the obama administration was caught off guard when he did not resign. >> reporter: dave, hosni mubarak's speech really blind sided the obama administers. after ward president obama issued this statement. too many egyptians remain unconvinced the government is serious about a genuine transition to democracy. it's the responsibility of the government to speak clearly to the egyptian people without world. president obama called for the egyptian government to spell out in clear and unambiguous language the step by step process that will lead to democracy. this clearly is a huge frustration for the obama administration. part of what lead to the expectation that mubarak would step down are comments from the cia director at a congressional hearing yesterday. he said it was a strong likelihood. the cia has been facing harsh criticism. as for whether president obama will talk about it pubically today, he has no public events scheduled but this is press secretary robert gibb's last day
CSPAN
Feb 10, 2011 11:00pm EST
in the town hall meeting set to face than the obama admin is patient first unveiled its health healte plan to the american people, an awakening that continued with development of the tea party movements and an awakening that became real even do some skeptics in washington but a lot of the folks who pooh-poohed the new awakening monster jobs in november. [applause] remember when it all started and nancy pelosi -- you remember she used to be beaker of the house. [laughter] nanci polybius says this is a crest tops movement and initiated. i sat at a time when a member of congress and i worked to put together after. we all have to get to turn a town hall meetings. and if we ever get five or six or seven to go, that was considered a great success. no member of congress regardless of his ideology, regardless of his party, regardless of his willingness to stand with the president who went to his home district and phase 2000, 1500 or 2000 constituencies -- constituents are upset with the direction the country was taken could really sit back and see me at the company you are right about that. so as
FOX News
Feb 11, 2011 6:00am EST
arabia king had a terse conversation with president obama yesterday and being described as serious strain between the two leaders with regard to what is going to happen in egypt. king abdullah goes back in time with mubarak and hey, if the united states appears to be throwing out a leader this quickly in egypt, what would they do if there was an uprising in saudi arabia. >> brian: he said obama administration no matter what you decide to do with hosni mubarak, you have to understand the degree of pride this guy has. hoe feels you have not factored in that for him to leave the post and quickly change leadership. >> steve: you mention pride, brian. there is an element of egyptian who have pride in hosni mubarak. he was a war hero and they don't want him to go. there is that element as well and also a element that is supportive of the muslim brotherhood. the muslim brotherhood are for sharia law and tearing up the treaty with israel. james clapper talked about the muslim brotherhood saying it was largely secular which is isn't. listen to what he said. >> >> speaking about the muslim brotherh
CBS
Feb 11, 2011 12:00pm EST
, there's no going back to the way things were. >> reporter: president obama heard the news this morning and like most of us, he turned on the tv and watched in cairo. he's due to make a statement in about 90 minutes. i'm joel brown, back to you. >>> and the complete coverage continues as we look at cairo. we're back with the latest on that celebration and more. >> reporter: the crowds erupted in cairo as soon as president mubarak handed over the power to the military and announced he's resigning. look at tahrir square. hundreds of thousands waved flags. we have a reporter there reporting on the celebrations. >> reporter: we're in the middle of tahrir square. the crowds were spectacular. just a little while ago, once this announcement was made that mubarak was gone, this entire square erupted in a state of euphoria. it's disbelief. the people have tears in their eyes and people are shouting, god is great. can you believe this is happening. can you believe this is true. that's what they're saying. they were brought to the brink of this last night. everyone thought he would say he's leavin
CSPAN
Feb 11, 2011 12:00pm EST
barack obama and his liberal agenda. now, that being said there's a couple of things that are not being discussed additionally disturbing because they are not being addressed. that first and foremost is the immigration and its inextricable ties to cripple activity and fundamental islamic extremism. and they are tied. now, i promise i will be short. look, as americans where entity generations that came before us and you know this un-american unapologetic appeasement by this president to these fundamentalist islamic groups thinking that they will coddle us and they're going to accept us for what he is saying is a big joke. now, i have a little bit of a message to all these self proclaimed politically correct and practicing peacefully practicing muslims, and, you know, collect my thoughts year. a lot of them, some here in this very same room and maybe backstage, there are sympathizers. they pretty much, they turn a blind eye to what the issue is that if they continue to turn a blind eye to the problem that is fundamentalism, whether they turn a blind eye to the cousin, brother, father, who
CNN
Feb 11, 2011 3:00pm EST
>> president obama is about to make a statement about mubarak's sudden resignation and the future of egypt. he has been meeting in the white house situation room with his national security team. we obviously will bring you the president live when he begins speaking. right now let aets go to nic robertson live in cairo. nic, we may have to jump to the president any moment, but the scenes you are seeing there, you have been in alexandria throughout much of this crisis. how does it compare to cairo? >> reporter: anderson, it's absolutely euphoric down here. i'm down in one of the medical centers where they've been -- doctors are treating the wound people here. i'm joined by a young doctor here. how did you feel when you heard about this? >> finally, our own -- we are so happy. we are going to get our country and -- the future. >> reporter: mohammed, you've been down here working in the clinic. how do you feel now getting this news? >> first of all, i want to send a message to all respectable people who supported this revolution. i'd like to thank you. thank you all people. we couldn'
CSPAN
Feb 11, 2011 9:00am EST
some because late 2009 into early 2010 as obama's numbers were taking across-the-board on all the issues. one issue, barack obama had a plurality of support and approval on terrorism and national security. the question is this why did this politics happen when the reality everyone seems to be otherwise to answer that we have pat caddell and john mclaughlin. >> hi am not trusting with anything mechanical. >> you are setting me up for the fall. >> watching what is happening in egypt this could not be a more perfect panel. watching president obama reminds me of charlie brown and the football. every time you think he is gone he is back. the point joel just made that is important to discuss, we are here on behalf of secure america now organization when you go to their web site, in the same spirit of my friend richard dreyfuss who are am happy to see here. we are stunned by a lot of people for being here but the idea of this group is a grassroots to new group and grass-roots effort to developed -- to secure america, input into our political discourse the point joel just made. 9% of
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 5:00am EST
but to push back harder. today will be a volatile one. back to you. >> back here at home, president obama reacted to the shift of the shift of some powers. in a statement, the president questioned whether the latest concession is a meaningful sign of reform. tracie potts is in washington with more on that. good morning. >> lynn, good morning. that speech was a huge disappointment here in the united states, as well. in fact, initially president obama was hopeful that he would step down and answer the call of these protesters, addressing the u.s. before mubarak's speech, president obama said that we were witnessing history unfold, that this was a moment of transformation, and that america would support an orderly and genuine transition in egypt. but that is not what happened. mubarak handed over power to his vice president, but said that he would stay on until september. after that speech, president obama issued a statement, a pretty lengthy one, saying that this was not a clear transition that is immediate, meaningful or significant, that egypt had not yet seized the opportunity for what h
FOX
Feb 11, 2011 7:00am PST
's developments in cairo, including a live report on the obama administration's reaction from our washington, d.c. bureau. >>> it started as a search for a missing couple along devils slide. now it's an investigation into suspicious death in san francisco. francisco. >> the person was found on lombard avenue. the problem is no one seems to know where that address s none of the people at the hotel could confirm anything like that happened there. let's take you over to devil slide right now. that's where a search is getting underway any moment for the search of a man who is believed to be with the woman in that; death. they're looking for a man. the man is billy waterman, 51. he and his wife colleen were reported missing on monday. this all began on monday when people reported billy and colleen waterman missing. they came top -- to san francisco. less are doing an autopsy on the body found in the hotel. it may or may not be that of colleen waterman. they found the car just off devil slide and believe that belly waterman may be in the area. now, of course, they conducted a search off devil slide y
PBS
Feb 11, 2011 3:00pm PST
. >> woodruff: in washington, president obama got the news about mubarak as he was having a meeting in the oval office. later, he emerged to say egyptians have inspired the world with the moral force of non-violence and peaceful change. >> the people of egypt have spoken. their voices have been heard and egypt will never be the same. by stepping down president mubarak responded to the egyptian people's hunger for change. but this is not the end of egypt's transition. it's the beginning. i'm sure there will be difficult days ahead. and many questions remain unanswered. but i am confident that the people of egypt can find the answers. the word tahrir means liberation. it is a word that speaks to that something in our souls that cries out for freedom. and forever more it will remind us of the egyptian people, of what they did, of the things that they stood for, and how they changed their country and in doing so, changed the world. >> lehrer: the joyful scenes in egypt quickly spread across the middle east and around the world. in beirut, lebanon, and in gaza, people poured into the streets, singin
SFGTV
Feb 11, 2011 3:30am PST
in this transition of purpose but always a sense of community. two years ago, when president obama became president of the united states, he made his inaugural address and said, i want swift, bold action now. to address the needs of the american people. one week and one day after that speech, the house of representatives passed the recovery act. and then it became law in a matter of weeks after that. i tell you this because this was a bold, swift action that put resources out there to meet them at the natiothe imagination and, and san francisco has always been a leader in terms of posing a model that is worthy of national support. so because of his speech, our swift actions, but most of all, because of the sense of community that city officials in san francisco saw here, and because of the ongoing leadership of the tenderloin neighborhood development corp., people's lives will be changed. when you hear speeches and wonder what is that all about? president obama's speech is now being translated into a better life for many more people who live here or receive services here. the recovery act is very i
NBC
Feb 10, 2011 11:00pm EST
will lead to a surge in violence. >> president obama stressed that america is and will be there for both egypt and its people. >> we want all egyptians to know that america will do everything we can to support an orderly and genuine transition to democracy in egypt. >> and the egyptians here and america were paying close attention. we spoke with some living in our area and we are joined from the newsroom with their reactions. >> immediately after the announcement was made, there was a lot of emotion. you could sense out angry everyone was. now they are worried for the future. >> this is a popular cross- section of the egyptian the community. instead of the usual exchange of pleasantries, they comfort each other. >> this is crazy. >> -- was watching in disbelief as media reported the recent developments. he is frustrated to hear that the president will transfer power to the vice president and not step down. >> i am worried. i am very worried about egypt. everyone is happy if he leaves. everyone was worried. >> president mubarak refuses to step down until this term is finished. he has made
WHUT
Feb 11, 2011 7:00am EST
like president obama warned the administration in general had foreseen. the event and when they started unfolding they had a very difficult time responding -- it does not seem like president obama warned the administration in general had foreseen the events. the administration has been trying to hedge its bets in terms of what side it should be on. they don't want to let go of a 30-year-old friend in president mubarak but at the same time they can't stand and -- against the will of the egyptian people and an overwhelmingly pro- democracy revolution. they are in a very difficult position. >> let's look back over the last, nearly three weeks. do you think america and now today has less or more influence as in the beginning? >> i think it has significantly less influence than it did had at any point in time. again, the administration appears confused. they don't seem to know what to do or even what is going to take place in cairo. yesterday president obama gave his speech in michigan, indicating that president mubarak was about to leave, and the same from the cia director, but at the end o
MSNBC
Feb 11, 2011 4:00pm EST
, blasting scar horns, chanting "the people ousted the president." president obama, and his own reaction in the past hour. >> the egyptians have made it clear that nothing less than genuine democracy will carry the day. this transition must bring all of egypt's voices to the table. for the spirit of peaceful protests and perseverance that the egyptian people have shown, it is is a powerful wind at the back of this change. >> ron allen joins us. what's going on ron? >> reporter: it's been an incredible night. all across the city, there are people celebrating, riding around in cars, yelling and screaming, honking horns, waving flags. it is just an all-night party that i believe is going to go on for some time. there's just a tremendous feeling of euphoria and relief and a tremendous feeling of accomplishment that the people were able to do this, and they say, without a lot of help from anyone else. it was perseverance, it was determination, it was courage to say in the square, to stay on the streets for more than two weeks in defiance of this regime. i think back to when we first arrived h
CW
Feb 11, 2011 12:00pm CST
as the president mubarak has resigned we're expecting to hear from president obama we will bring you that as it happens within the hour good afternoon on, i'm dina wilke and our viewers on wgn america and online. center has been following this story and joins us with the latest, a revolutionary days in egypt the end of the dictatorship. the boys and will of tens of douses of protesters prove to be victorious. >> in a stunning turn of events in egypt officials announced on egyptian state television that president mubarak will step down. after almost 30 years in power in 18 days of protesters demanding a regime change. reports that mubarak has left the country's capital cairo and is heading to a city near the red sea. yesterday mubarak made a rare live television appearance to tell people that you delegate power to vice president omar suleiman but gave no indication that he was stepping down. . >> my responsibility to protect the constitution in the interest of the people until the power is passed. >>-initial statement in. indeed thousands of demonstrators gathered in cairo is to rear
NBC
Feb 11, 2011 6:00pm EST
president omar suleiman. but by the morning, mubarak had left cairo. >>> today president obama said we are all watching history take place. he praised the people of egypt for changing their country by nonviolent means. behind the scenes, officials are hoping the government that emerging in egypt will be one with which we can work. kristen dahlgren reports. >> reporter: it was another stunning announcement. hosni mubarak has decided to step down from presidency. egypt's power passed to the military. as crowds in cairo erupted in euphoria, president obama praised the start of transition and promised support for the egyptian people. >> this is not the end of egypt's transition. it's a beginning. i'm sure there will be difficult days ahead and many questions remain unanswered. but i am confident that the people of egypt can find the answers. >> reporter: those answers could have wide-ranging impact. >> there's no doubt that the united states is going to be as keenly interested as the people of egypt as to who their next prime minister and who their next president is going to be. >> reporte
CNN
Feb 10, 2011 7:00pm EST
that this is an opportunity now for president obama to be very clear that the united states does support reform. we support the right of people to protest peacefully and we want to see the process go forward. >> i am told that there are lawyers analyzing both speech some people in the administration believe that the u.s. ambassador is correct that he did cede more powers than appeared. >> yes, i think basically so. this has become a power strug e struggle, not a legal struggle. i think enough -- he clearly will not be able to stay in office much longer. there will be massive demonstrations tomorrow. there is a fair chance the army is going to step in and get rid of mubarak. i think this is an opportunity for president obama and i hope he takes it. we have been sort of for the protesters but we have been very much for an orderly transition. this is an opportunity for him to come down much more firmly on the side of the people should be listened to here. their voices matter. and we're not going to work with mubarak any more. >> with an institution that has such pow sper standing in a country for so many yea
ABC
Feb 11, 2011 4:00am PST
out. go out. >> reporter: president obama issued a written statement saying, we urge the egyptian government to move swiftly to explain the changes. and to spell out in clear and unambiguous language the step-by-step process that will lead to democracy. and that white house statement did not mention president mubarak by name. it continued, though, saying the egyptian people made it clear there's no going back to the way things were. vinita and rob? >> emily schmidt in washington this morning. thank you. >>> after yesterday's developments what is happening on the ground right now? aaron katersky joins us live from cairo. aaron, what are you seeing? >> reporter: good morning. we're on the road to the part of cairo where the presidential palace is located. where president mubarak has been under heavy guard with members of his family, where they heard the speech that enraged people here. on the way, we're seeing empty streets. people are praying at friday prayers. but there's been calls for 21 egyptians to come to the streets. and we're waiting to see how the army responds to the prot
FOX
Feb 10, 2011 5:00pm PST
that president obama has said in the last few minutes that egypt must spell out the changes needed to keel what has happened so far in cairo. here in the bay area a lot of people watching what happened in egypt. and president mubarak's refusal to step down is being met with criticism. mike hellgren has the story. >> reporter: a student was quick to call mubarak a pathological liar, a man with no respect for the young people in egypt. today they watched on tv and online. one american, one egyptian, both very disappointed with mubarak's refusal to step down. >> if the promubarak prospective -- >> reporter: then there's professor ibarim. american born, her family remains in egypt. >> we heard him say he was going to call for a constitutional amendments, he was going to appoint economies to do that and nobody wants him to appoint anything, we want him out. at this point it's really just a psychological battle. >> reporter: mubarak said today he will delegate powers to the vice president. ebraham calls him a pathological power. >> nobody believes he is going to give up power in september. and we hav
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 230 (some duplicates have been removed)